|Full name||Edinburgh Wanderers Football Club|
|Union||Scottish Rugby Union|
Edinburgh Wanderers was a nineteenth-century and twentieth-century Edinburgh-based rugby union club.
The club quickly became known as Edinburgh Wanderers - and the side established itself as one of the best in Scotland. In the world's first provincial match - between Glasgow District and Edinburgh District - in 1872, the side was already known as Edinburgh Wanderers and provided 3 players to the first Edinburgh District side:- A. Ross; J. Forsyth and A. R. Stewart 
The Wanderers team of 1876-77 in noted as one of the best in its history.
The club merged with Murrayfield RFC in 1997 to form Murrayfield Wanderers.
- Scottish Division 2 winners: 1990.
- Scottish Division 3 winners: 1984.
- Melrose Sevens winners: 1973
Notable former players
British and Irish Lions
The following former Edinburgh Wanderers players have represented the British and Irish Lions.
The following former Edinburgh Wanderers players have represented Scotland at full international level.
Notable non-Scottish players
The following is a list of notable non-Scottish international representative former Edinburgh Wanderers players:
Edinburgh District players
The following former Edinburgh Wanderers players have represented Edinburgh District at provincial level.
Professionalism began in rugby union in 1995 - and in Scotland it came a year later in 1996. Edinburgh Wanderers ended with its merger with Murrayfield Rugby Football Club in 1997. These players went on from the Wanderers to professional teams:
Notable also outside of rugby
The following is a list of notable former Edinburgh Wanderers players who have achieved notability in fields outwith rugby: